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Species / Subspecies
Photographer
Year
Recording Area
Site
Keyword
Male ringed Plover
  • Ringed Plover
  • hiaticula (Common)
  • 24/04/2013
  • stephen kane
  • Ravenscraig former steal work
  • north lanarkshire
  • Clyde
Male ringed Plover: Ringed Plover, hiaticula (Common), 24/04/2013, stephen kane, Ravenscraig former steal work , north lanarkshire, Clyde
Nothern Wheatear
  • Nothern Wheatear - Wheatear
  • oenanthe
  • 24/04/2013
  • stephen kane
  • Ravenscraig former steal work
  • north lanarkshire
  • Clyde
  • passage wheatears on old ravens craig steel work site. this one 12 birds mostly male that evening on the waste ground.
Nothern Wheatear: Nothern Wheatear - Wheatear, oenanthe, 24/04/2013, stephen kane, Ravenscraig former steal work , north lanarkshire, Clyde, passage wheatears on old ravens craig steel work site. this one 12 birds mostly male that evening on the waste ground.
Little Egret in flight
  • Little Egret
  • 27/04/2013
  • Ian Andrews
  • Seafield Pond
  • Lothian
Little Egret in flight: Little Egret, 27/04/2013, Ian Andrews, Seafield Pond, Lothian
Little Egret
  • 24/04/2013
  • Dave Allan
  • Seafield Pond
  • Lothian
Little Egret: 24/04/2013, Dave Allan, Seafield Pond, Lothian
Avocets
  • Avocets Avocet
  • 17/04/2013
  • Dave Allan
  • West scape
  • Musselburgh Lagoons
  • Lothian
Avocets : Avocets Avocet, 17/04/2013, Dave Allan, West scape, Musselburgh Lagoons, Lothian

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